12 January 2012

Wraparound differences #4

Here are some more examples of how the wraparound segment from "She-Ra Unchained" featured vastly different footage when retelling the events of "Beast Island". The images on the left are from the episode "Beast Island" showing the scene in which a Horde Trooper steals a horse from a family. However, as you can see in the images on the right, in the wraparound from "She-Ra Unchained", the shots were directed from very different angles, resulting in a much more simplistic look.




(click on the images to see them at full-size)

6 comments:

Kevin Martinell said...

The boy has a bigger head in the images on the right! ~"KevyGuy" :)

chosen1heath@me.com said...

I don't care for these scenes. That Horde Trooper should not be being mean to the kid or to the horse. That isn't cool.

David Monid said...

A simple overview of the last episode seems very common in the 'Sword of She-Ra' saga.

Oh by the way the name of the boy's horse 'Whitey', you couldn't be more generic if you tried. :D

Vinto-Man said...

The one on the left looks like he was hitting the trooper in the crotch, thats below the belt! Sorry. Great to see the difference that i never notice!

Chris Sunday said...

In the shots on the left it kid hitting the Horde Trooper is kind of awkward looking. So I guess they did fix many of the awkward scenes that was shown in The SOTS and changed them for the Series premiere.

SirBush said...

What I find interesting about these shots are that the boy looks angry in the first, yet almost crying in the second. Without watching the episode, I'm not sure which is more appropriate, but obviously somebody felt it should play differently here. I do prefer the glowing eyes on the Horde Trooper from the first clip, though.

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